Sex! Gossip! Scandal! For over 60 years, the National Enquirer has pumped out salacious, shocking stories, stretching the limits of journalism and blurring the lines between truth and fiction. On February 18, Magnolia Home Entertainment will release filmmaker Mark Landsman’s Scandalous: The Untold Story of the National Enquirer (DVD: $26.99), which tells the sensational true story of the most infamous tabloid in U.S. history, offering a wild, probing look at how one newspaper’s prescient grasp of its’ readers darkest curiosities led it to massive profits and influence. From its coverage of Elvis’s death, to the O.J. Simpson murder trial, the National Enquirer rattled the foundations of American culture and politics, sometimes allegedly using payoffs and blackmail to get its scoops. Drawing on rare archival footage and featuring comments from former Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein and New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman, the film examines our obsession with the rich, famous, and powerful, as revealed in the tabloid that has fed those obsessions for generations of Americans.